Resources, plans and tools
The Diabetes in Schools program provides a range of resources and tools to inform schools and school staff to help a student with type 1 diabetes to manage their condition while at school.
Diabetes management and action plans – a diabetes management plan is developed by the diabetes treating team, is used by the school to help develop and put in place other plans and processes, which aim to effectively manage the student’s diabetes during school hours. >> Read More
Diabetes policies and legislation – when supporting students with diabetes, an understanding of relevant legal and policy frameworks can help schools and school staff understand how meet their legal obligations >> Read More
Fact sheets, guiding documents and checklists – Additional resources, including checklists, guides and fact sheets are also available via the Diabetes in Schools program to help your staff navigate their way through new and challenging situations.
Training program for school staff – The Diabetes in Schools program provides training school staff about how to support a child with type 1 diabetes while they’re at school and joining in school activities, such as excursions and camps. >> Register Now
Training for school staff
The Diabetes in Schools training program educates school staff about how to support a child with type 1 diabetes
while they’re at school and joining in school activities, such as excursions and camps.
The training is delivered through online modules designed to educate all school staff,
and through individualised hands-on skills training for designated staff.
Register staff for training